In this episode...
I head to Chiemsee in Bavaria, Germany. It was an early start to the day but I had the pleasure of witnessing one of the best sunrises of my life. It was a goal of mine for this episode to integrate more "photography talk" into the video. Keeping it compact I ran through all of my thinking and how I was achieving certain looks with the different filters. As a bonus I shot some of the best drone footage to date. Check it out.
The most common question is what gear do you have and what gear do you use. I talk a lot in this film about the Polarising filter, a 10-Stop ND filter and a Variable ND filter. You can see all my gear listed out on this page. If you have a question or comment regarding the filters or anything please drop it in the box below or email me here.
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The Photo Essay
We travelled to Brecon Beacons, a national park in Wales. Here we camped overnight and met a druid. We planned and put together a series of photos that I am pretty proud to call my own.
A photo essay from the time I was given a harness and access to a rooftop overlooking Buckingham Palace and all of London. Hang in until the end to download the Lightroom preset.
In this episode, I head to Chiemsee in Bavaria - Germany. I teach you how photography filters work, what are the essential photography filters and how to use them. As an added bonus it turned out to be the best sunrise of my life. Sometimes getting up early really is worth it!
A film and photo essay from deep inside the radioactive exclusion zone surrounding the remains of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. It was a truly haunting, once in a lifetime experience.
The Watkin path, from the quarry to the summit of Mt Snowdon, is thought to be one of the most hard going paths up Snowdon. But it is worth every step.
One of the top unknown travel photography destinations: the Kaiser Mountains in Austria. This place is a must visit, especially if you have the opportunity in autumn!